Changed traffic conditions and night work continue this week on the Pacific Highway to progress the Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade. A fixed speed camera has now been installed on the Pacific Highway at the southern end of Ulmarra. A permanent extension of the 50km/h zone at the southern and northern ends of Ulmarra has also been put in place. From Monday there will be five nights of asphalt work on the Pacific Highway, south of Devils Pulpit. Motorists can expect lane closures, a reduced speed limit of 60km/h and traffic control between 6pm and 6am. From Monday, there will also be five nights of work on the Pacific Highway at New Italy. Work will involve line marking and installing barriers and guard rails. Southbound motorists can expect a lane closure, a reduced speed limit of 60km/h and traffic control between 6pm and 6am. Also on Monday, there will be one day of work on the Pacific Highway, south of Woodburn to install drainage. There will be a lane closure, reduced speed limit and traffic control in place between 6pm and 6am. From Tuesday there will be four nights of work on the Pacific Highway at Devils Pulpit to continue earthwork. Northbound and southbound motorists can expect a reduced speed limit of 60km/h between 6pm and 6am. Also from Tuesday, there will be three nights of work on the Pacific Highway between Harwood and Chatsworth Island. Work will involve removing line marking and traffic barriers. There will be lane closures, a reduced speed limit and traffic control in place between 6pm and 6am. Further south, on Thursday there will be one day of work on the Pacific Highway at Glenugie to install road signage between Old Pacific Highway south and Old Pacific Highway north. There will be a reduced speed limit of 40km/h and traffic control in place between 6.30am and 6pm. A lane closure and reduced speed limit of 80km/h will remain in place on both the northbound and the southbound dual carriageway of the Pacific Highway at Devils Pulpit until December. The closure is needed to help ensure the safety of motorists and the project team while work is carried out on and beside the existing highway. Additional changes to local roads A new link road between the Pacific Highway and Old Pacific Highway at Glenugie is open to traffic. Traffic control will remain in place during construction hours. A planned change in traffic arrangements for the Broadwater-Evans Head Road at Broadwater, where it intersects with the upgrade, has been postponed. A revised date for the change will be provided shortly. Oversize and over mass deliveries are continuing as the project team moves more than 8500 large concrete pieces from precast yards in Macksville, Coffs Harbour, Tamworth and Brisbane to site. Motorists can see where the trucks are travelling by using the project team’s PAC real time delivery map at rms.nsw.gov.au/w2b. For the safety of workers and motorists, reduced speed limits and traffic control will be in place on the highway, local roads and access roads. Motorists are advised to plan ahead, drive to the conditions and follow the direction of signs and traffic control as short delays are expected at most locations. Roads and Maritime Services thanks the community for its patience while work on the upgrade is carried out. For the latest traffic updates visit www.livetraffic.com, download the Live Traffic NSW App or call 132 701.